prognosticate[ prog-nos-ti-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF prognosticate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROGNOSTICATE
Of the mineral wealth, it seems as yet dangerous to prognosticate.
A stir seemed to her to prognosticate a rescue and she went not unwillingly.
Nevertheless, reasoning a priori, there are some features we may prognosticate.
Some of these consequences I can prognosticate; others I can hope for.
Is this to prognosticate peace, or to mock at my unhappiness?
How strange it is that our dreams often prognosticate coming events!
When I heard these words I did prognosticate my miserie to come.
If Gnats swarm in the summer in globular masses, it is supposed to prognosticate a storm.
To prognosticate medically according to this system a circle of numerals was required in the first place.
It was one of the greatest which had ever been observed, and seemed to them to prognosticate the total defeat of the Mahometans.